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Interdisciplinary research: Policy and practice

8 December 2016, British Academy 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London

On 8 December 2016 HEFCE, RCUK and the British Academy held the Interdisciplinary research: Policy and practice conference. The event was attended by researchers, strategic leaders and policy makers.

Prevent seminars for alternative provider governing bodies

7 December and 13 January, London

Half-day seminars to support alternative provider governing bodies to meet the requirements of the Prevent duty. Commissioned by HEFCE and organised by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.

New world, new numbers: How university financials are changing, and why

1 December 2016, London

Hosted by The British Universities Finance Directors Group (BUFDG), the representative body for higher education finance staff in the United Kingdom.

The Teaching Excellence Framework: Implications and implementation

Thursday, 24 November 2016, Central London

Chris Millward, HEFCE Director (Policy) will be speaking at this Westminster Forum Projects event.

Widening participation together: Achievements of National Networks for Collaborative Outreach

16 November 2016, 0945–1615, London

A showcase of the key achievements of the National Networks for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO) scheme.

Prevent seminar for governing bodies

15 November, Birmingham

A half-day seminar to support governing bodies to meet the requirements of the Prevent duty. Commissioned by HEFCE and organised by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.

Strategic Advisory Committees conference 2016

Monday 14 November, 1000 - 1700.

The ninth conference of HEFCE’s four strategic advisory committees. 

RoATP and ITT in-depth session

11 November, from 1000, Finlaison House, London

For higher education providers planning to submit applications imminently to the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP) or the Invitation to tender (ITT) for funding to deliver degree apprenticeships to non-levy-paying employers.

HEFCE national conference on learning gain

10 November 2016, 1000-1500, London

The conference was an opportunity for the sector to gain an update on the work on learning gain currently being undertaken by HEFCE, universities and other sector bodies.

Webinars: Invitation to tender (ITT) for funding to deliver degree apprenticeships to non-levy-paying employers

7 November, 1300-1400 and 10 November 1430-1600

A webinar on the invitation to tender for funding to deliver degree apprenticeships to non-levy-paying employers.

Webinars: Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP)

3 and 7 November, 1000-1100

A webinar to help higher education providers applying to the Skills Funding Agency to deliver degree apprenticeships after May 2017.

Next steps for the Research Excellence Framework

Monday 31 October 2016, Central London

Dr Vicky Jones, Senior Policy Advisor in the Research Policy Team at HEFCE, is speaking at this seminar. Organised by Westminster Forum Projects.

How do we widen the take-up of higher education? How data can help do this

28 October 2016, 1015-1500, Southampton Solent University

Sarah Howls, HEFCE's Head of Student Opportunity, will be speaking at this event organised by the Southern Policy Centre.

New Forms of Funding: Considerations for future strategies

Thursday 27 October, 1400-1600, Bristol

New Forms of Funding is a series of free workshops looking at a range of emerging forms of investment funding relevant to local anchor institutions. Organised by HEFCE.

HEFCE annual meeting 2016

Thursday 20 October, 1000 -1300 followed by lunch.

The meeting offers an opportunity for Chairs of Governing bodies to learn more about recent HEFCE developments, and provides a forum for questions.

HEAPES16 beginners and refresher seminar: HEAPES tables and guidance for 2016-17: London

18 October

This seminar was intended for people who would be completing HEAPES16 and those with responsibility for ensuring that the data was verified, and who were looking to gain an understanding of the HEAPES populations. 

HEIFES16 beginners and refresher seminar: HEIFES tables and guidance for 2016-17

27 September, 4 October and 11 October

These seminars were intended for people completing HEIFES16.

New forms of funding: From grants to loans

Wednesday 14 September 2016, 1030-1300, Sheffield Hallam University

New forms of funding is a series of free workshops looking at a range of emerging forms of investment funding relevant to local anchor institutions. Organised by HEFCE.

HESES16 beginners’ workshop: How to complete your HESES tables for 2016-17

Tuesday 6 September, London, 0930-1600

A workshop for people completing HESES for the first time in 2016-17, or those who need a back-to-basics introduction.

New Forms of Funding: Integrated finances for strategic infrastructures and sites

Wednesday 7 September 2016, 10:30-13:30, City University London

New Forms of Funding is a series of free workshops looking at a range of emerging forms of investment funding relevant to local anchor institutions. Organised by HEFCE.

HEFCE annual briefing for alternative providers

Friday 8 July, Central London

This briefing was provided for alternative providers who currently hold institutional or specific course designation.

Priorities for part-time and mature students: outreach, retention and tackling barriers

Wednesday 6 July 2016, Central London

Sarah Howls, HEFCE Head of Student Opportunity, is speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum event.

New Forms of Funding: Making a success of bonds

Wednesday 6 July 2016, 10:30-13:30, Leeds University

New Forms of Funding is a series of free workshops looking at a range of emerging forms of investment funding relevant to local anchor institutions. Organised by HEFCE.

The future of funding for teaching event: London

4 July 2016, London

This event is an opportunity for HE providers and other interested parties to engage with HEFCE staff to consider how funding should support teaching in higher education.

An introduction to the Social Enterprise Mark

1 July, 1200-1400, London

An opportunity for higher education providers to learn about the Social Enterprise Mark. 

The changing HE landscape: Opportunities for FE colleges

Thursday 30 June, 9:30, Bristol

This event, organised by HEFCE's Midlands and South Institutional team, drew on sector case studies, panel discussions, and updates from HEFCE staff to inform FE colleges of the changing HE policy landscape

The future of funding for teaching event: Birmingham

27 June 2016, Birmingham

This event is an opportunity for HE providers and other interested parties to engage with HEFCE staff to consider how funding should support teaching in higher education.

Interdisciplinary research: HE sector day

Tuesday 21 June 2016, Bournemouth University

Charlotte Lester, HEFCE Higher Education Policy Adviser, will be speaking at this event run by Bournemouth University.

Localism and higher skills: Opportunities for HE in FE in the North

Wednesday 25 May 2016, Leeds

This event provided a forum for colleges delivering higher education across the North to consider opportunities around higher level skills and the localism agenda.  

National collaborative outreach programme regional meetings

April-May, various venues

This series of meetings across England will discuss the new national collaborative outreach programme with prospective consortia. 

The future of evaluation and evidence across the student lifecycle

25 April 2016, The Wesley, 81-103 Euston Street London, NW1 2EZ

This one-day conference was aimed at senior institutional colleagues with responsibility for evaluating and evidencing student outcomes across the lifecycle and other sector colleagues with an interest in this area.

Collaboration and development opportunities for alternative providers

Thursday 14 April 2016, London

Organised by Alternative Provider Intelligence Unit.

Changing policy landscapes: Opportunities for HE in FE

Thursday 14 April, Central London

This event will provide a forum for attendees to consider the implications and strategic opportunities of a changing HE policy landscape, with a particular focus on HE in FE.

Impact evidence workshop

24 March 2016

A workshop on the collection and use of evidence on research impacts.

Addressing differences in student outcomes: Developing strategic responses

21 March 2016, 10:00 - 15:30, 1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2L

HEFCE hosted a sector conference on 21 March 2016 to explore with universities, colleges and stakeholders, issues relating to differential student outcomes in higher education. 

Next steps for policy on widening participation and the changing shape of higher education admissions

Thursday 10 March 2016, Central London

Sarah Howls, HEFCE's Head of Student Opportunity, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum event.

HERBi Launch: a free interactive tool to help higher education institutions understand the costs and benefits of sharing services.

11 February 2016, 1400 - 1600, King’s College London

Nolan Smith, HEFCE Director of Finance and Stephen Butcher, HEFCE Head of Procurement will be speaking at this FXPlus event.

UK interdisciplinary research landscape workshop

1 March, 1400-1630, Central Manchester

HEFCE is running a workshop to contribute to research it is commissioning with the Medical Research Council exploring the UK interdisciplinary research landscape.

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